The charming of Phuket old town’s architecture
Walking through the old town, there are Sino Postugess buildings (Chinese row houses) along the street and Sino Colonial residential mansions from the 19th century. Moreover, many old buildings have been turned into shops, hotels, restaurants and museums. Currently, it becomes to be a landmark of Phuket where tourists always visit and enjoy these unique heritages.
Currently, it becomes to be a landmark of Phuket where tourists always visit and enjoy these unique heritages.
White sand and Deep blue ocean for beach lovers
Of course, the main purpose for tourists to visit the southern of Thailand is “Beaches”. In Phuket, there are more than 30 popular beaches which have
In Phuket, there are more than 30 popular beaches which have White sand and Deep blue ocean such as Kata beach, Karon beach, Patong beach, as well as Kamala beach. Furthermore, planning to sunbathe under the beach umbrellas with an awesome seascape in front is one of must-do activities no one shouldn’t miss.
A ton of multi-cultured local foods and restaurants
Due to Phuket has several nationalities who associate with each others among Thai, Muslim, and Hokkien (the most populous nation in Phuket). So, their local
So, their local cultures as well as foods have been combined together to become unique local culture and tradition especially foods such as Mee Hokkien noodle, Dim Sum, Moo Hong, and Kanom Jeen.
After reading, we highly suggest to set up your holiday, find the reasonable ticket, prepare a favorite suitcase to visit and get to know here by yourself in the next holiday.
From the Karon Viewpoint you really can see three magnificent bays : the closest and smallest one is Kata Noi Beach, then a bit further is the beautiful bay of Kata with its island ‘Koh Poo’ which means Crab Island, and in the far, the very long Karon Beach. Read more…
James Bond Island
James Bond island is one of those bucket list items many people want to tick-off their list when in Phuket. There are many positive and negative opinions about James Bond island and most are actually justified. Before that old 1974 James Bond movie ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’ with Roger Moore and Christopher Lee (remember Count Dracula?) no one knew about it. The movie wasn’t even good (45% on Rotten Tomatoes). James Bond Island of course had a local name before: Koh Tapu, meaning ‘Nail Island’ for the pointy rock, and Koh Phi Khan for the island surrounding it, meaning ‘hills leaning against each other” (you know, where the plane lands and where the entrance of the lair is)
PLANE SPOTTING ON MAI KHAO BEACH
Watching planes landing in Phuket has become a very popular attraction in the recent years. It’s easy, fun, super impressive and with such a beautiful beach as a background it is definitely a great photo playground.